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Teddy Bridgewater
Draft, with whom he made a Pro Bowl. The son of Teddy Bridgewater Sr. and Rose Murphy, Bridgewater was born in Miami, Florida on November 10, 1992. He

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Teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater with the Vikings in 2015No. 5 – New Orleans SaintsPosition: QuarterbackPersonal informationBorn: (1992-11-10) November 10, 1992 (age 25)
Miami, FloridaHeight: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)Weight: 215 lb (98 kg)Career informationHigh school: Miami Northwestern
(Miami, Florida)College: LouisvilleNFL Draft: 2014 / Round: 1 / Pick: 32Career history
  • Minnesota Vikings (2014–2017)
  • New York Jets (2018)*
  • New Orleans Saints (2018–present)
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only Roster status: ActiveCareer highlights and awards
  • Pro Bowl (2015)
  • Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year (2014)
  • PFWA All-Rookie Team (2014)
  • Second-team All-AAC (2013)
  • Big East Offensive Player of The Year (2012)
  • First-team All-Big East (2012)
  • Big East Rookie of the Year (2011)
Career NFL statistics as of Week 17, 2017 Passing attempts: 851Passing completions: 551Completion percentage: 64.9TD–INT: 28–22Passing yards: 6,150Passer rating: 87.0 Player stats at NFL.com Player stats at PFR

Theodore Bridgewater Jr. (born November 10, 1992) is an American football quarterback for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at the University of Louisville, and was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, with whom he made a Pro Bowl.

Contents
  • 1 Early years
  • 2 College career
    • 2.1 Statistics
  • 3 Professional career
    • 3.1 Minnesota Vikings
      • 3.1.1 2014 season
      • 3.1.2 2015 season
      • 3.1.3 2016 season
      • 3.1.4 2017 season
    • 3.2 New York Jets
    • 3.3 New Orleans Saints
    • 3.4 NFL statistics
    • 3.5 NFL records
    • 3.6 Vikings franchise records
  • 4 Personal life
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Early years

The son of Teddy Bridgewater Sr. and Rose Murphy, Bridgewater was born in Miami, Florida on November 10, 1992. He attended Miami Northwestern High School.[1] In his sophomore year, he replaced Jacory Harris as starting quarterback and took over a team that had been named the 2007 national champions by USA Today. He completed 97 of 160 attempts (60.6 percent) for 1,560 yards over the season, throwing 16 touchdowns with three interceptions. He also carried 45 times for 211 yards (4.7 average) and two more scores. Northwestern finished the season 13–3, falling short to Seminole High School of Sanford 28–21 in the 6A state title game.[2]

As a junior, Bridgewater passed for 2,546 yards and 32 touchdowns and rushed for 379 yards and five more scores. In a late-September game against Hialeah-Miami Lakes High School, he completed 19 of 24 passes for 327 yards and a Dade County record of seven touchdowns.[3] He was named second team All-State for 6A classification and first team All-County by the Miami Herald. Northwestern finished the season 10–2, after a 29–16 loss to rival Miami Central High School.

As a senior, Bridgewater had 2,606 passing yards and 22 touchdowns despite missing parts of the season with a medial collateral ligament injury. He also rushed for 223 yards and eight more scores. Northwestern had a 9–3 record for the season, losing 42–27 to Miami Central in the 6-A semifinals, in which he threw for 436 yards and scored four touchdowns.

Regarded as a four-star recruit, Bridgewater was considered the sixth best dual-threat quarterback prospect in the nation by Rivals.com.[4] He played in the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.[5]

US college sports recruiting information for high school athletes Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight 40‡ Commit date Teddy Bridgewater
QB Miami, Florida Miami Northwestern High School 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 185 lb (84 kg) 4.7 Dec 10, 2010  Recruiting star ratings: Scout:   Rivals:   247Sports: N/A    ESPN grade: 80 Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: 6 (QB)   Rivals: 6 (QB), 23 (FL), 113 (National)  ESPN: 9 (QB), 73 (Southeast)
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height and weight.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

  • "Louisville Football Commitment List". Rivals.com. Retrieved November 25, 2013. 
  • "Louisville College Football Recruiting Commits". Scout.com. Retrieved November 25, 2013. 
  • "ESPN". ESPN.com. Retrieved November 25, 2013. 
  • "Scout.com Team Recruiting Rankings". Scout.com. Retrieved November 25, 2013. 
  • "2011 Team Ranking". Rivals.com. Retrieved November 25, 2013. 
College career Bridgewater at Louisville

As a freshman in 2011, Bridgewater entered the season as a backup to Will Stein but started the Cardinals' fourth game of the season against Marshall and remained the starter the rest of the year.[6][7] He finished the season completing 191 of 296 passes for 2,129 yards with 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.[8] For his play, he was named the Big East Rookie of the Year and was named a freshman All-American by Rivals.com, Scout.com, CBS Sports, and Sporting News.[9][10][11][12][13]

As a sophomore in 2012, Bridgewater started 11 of 12 regular season games. In his only non-starting action, coming off the bench while injured against Rutgers, he led his team to a win, a Big East title, and a berth to the BCS.[14] He finished the regular season completing 267 of 387 passes for 3,452 yards with 25 touchdowns and just 7 interceptions.[15] He finished 6th in the nation in completion percentage, 8th in yards per attempt, and 7th in passing efficiency. For his play, he was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Year.[16]

Bridgewater and his Cardinals football team entered the 2013 Sugar Bowl against the Florida Gators as decided underdogs.[17][18] Although Florida boasted the nation's #1 pass efficiency defense,[19] Bridgewater passed for 266 yards and a pair of touchdowns to become the game's MVP in a 33-23 win.[20]

As a junior in 2013, Bridgewater completed 303 of 427 passes for 3,970 yards with 31 touchdowns and four interceptions.[21] In his final college game against the Miami Hurricanes in the 2013 Russell Athletic Bowl, he completed 35 of 42 passes for 447 yards three touchdowns and was named the game's MVP.[22][23]

Statistics Year Team Passing Rushing Total offense Cmp Att Yds Pct TD Int Sck Rtg Att Yds Avg Lng TD Yds 2011 Louisville 191 296 2,129 64.5% 14 12 33 132.4 89 66 0.7 26 4 2,195 2012 Louisville 287 419 3,718 68.5% 27 8 28 160.5 74 26 0.4 17 1 3,744 2013 Louisville 303 427 3,970 71.0% 31 4 28 169.7 63 78 1.2 20 1 4,048 Career 781 1,142 9,817 68.4% 72 24 83 157.2 226 170 0.8 26 6 9,987 Professional career

As early as April 2013, Bridgewater was seen as one of the top prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft, alongside Jadeveon Clowney and Johnny Manziel. Reports said that, had he been eligible for the 2013 Draft, he most likely would have been the first quarterback taken.[24] At one point, he was projected by many to be the first overall pick in the draft.[25][26] On January 1, 2014, Bridgewater announced that he would forgo his final year of eligibility at Louisville.[27]

External video Bridgewater's NFL Combine workout Bridgewater gets drafted by Minnesota Pre-draft measurables Ht Wt Arm length Hand size 40-yard dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20-ss 3-cone Vert jump Broad Wonderlic 6 ft 2 in
(1.88 m) 214 lb
(97 kg) 33 in
(0.84 m) 9 1⁄4 in
(0.23 m) 4.79 s 1.63 s 2.76 s 4.20 s 7.17 s 30 in
(0.76 m) 9 ft 5 in
(2.87 m) 20[28] 40 yard dash times from Louisville Pro Day,[29] all others from NFL Combine[30] Minnesota Vikings 2014 season Bridgewater during 2014 training camp

Bridgewater was selected by the Minnesota Vikings as the 32nd and final pick of the first round of the draft.[31] The Vikings had traded their second round and fourth round picks to the Seattle Seahawks to move up and select Bridgewater.[32] Bridgewater signed a four-year contract worth $6.85 million with a $3.3 million signing bonus with the Minnesota Vikings.[33]

Bridgewater entered the season as the second-string quarterback, behind veteran Matt Cassel but ahead of Christian Ponder.[34] Bridgewater made his regular season debut on September 21, 2014, against the New Orleans Saints, entering in relief of the injured Cassel and finishing the game with 150 passing yards.[35] He was named the starting quarterback for the remainder of the season after Cassel, who broke his foot in the aforementioned game, was placed on injured reserve.[36] On Sunday, September 28, 2014, he made his first regular season start against the Atlanta Falcons and won the game, in large part due to his 317 passing yards, and scored his first NFL touchdown off a 13-yard run into the end zone.[37] After spraining his ankle during the Falcons matchup, Bridgewater was inactive for the next game against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football in Week 5. Bridgewater was able to recover for the week 6 game against the Detroit Lions. However, a weak offensive line against a strong Lions' defense led to a 17–3 rout. Bridgewater was intercepted three times, two from tipped passes, and was sacked eight times.[38] In week 7 against the Buffalo Bills, Bridgewater threw his first career touchdown pass to Cordarrelle Patterson. Despite being sacked five times and throwing two interceptions, Bridgewater helped the Vikings get a 16–10 lead over the Bills. The effort was negated only by the Bills' comeback win which put them up 17–16 with no time to retaliate.[39] Next week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bridgewater had a one-touchdown, no-interception performance; he was sacked only once. He led a game-tying drive to force overtime, where fellow first-round pick Anthony Barr made a fumble recovery on the Bucs' first overtime play, giving the Vikings a 19–13 win.[40] His third win as a starter, a 29–26 comeback win over the Washington Redskins, broke a franchise record shared by Fran Tarkenton and Ponder for wins among starting rookie quarterbacks.[41][42] Bridgewater added to this record with wins over the Carolina Panthers, New York Jets, and season|Chicago Bears]] in weeks 13, 14, and 17 respectively.[43][44][45] The win over the Jets is notable for when wide receiver Jarius Wright turned a screen pass from Bridgewater into an 87-yard touchdown, giving the Vikings another overtime win. Bridgewater finished the 2014 season with 2,919 yards passing, 14 touchdowns, 12 interceptions, and an 85.2 passer rating.[46] He played in 13 games, starting 12 of them. On January 13, 2015, Bridgewater was selected as the quarterback of the 2014 NFL All-Rookie team by the Pro Football Writers of America.[47] Bridgewater also won the 2014 Pepsi Rookie of the Year award, as voted by fans.[48]

2015 season Bridgewater handing off the ball against the Chicago Bears

Bridgewater threw for no touchdowns and an interception behind a struggling offensive line that allowed five sacks in the 20–3 loss at the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football in Week 1.[49] He threw only 18 times the next game, but completed 14 of those passes for 153 yards and threw his first touchdown pass of the year to tight end Kyle Rudolph in a 26–16 win over the Detroit Lions in Minnesota's home opener.[50] Bridgewater had some struggles in week three against the San Diego Chargers, going 13 of 24 for 121 yards and one interception but won the game 31-14 with a strong performance by the defense and running back Adrian Peterson.[51] He rebounded to go 27 of 41, 269 yards and a touchdown pass to Mike Wallace against Denver Broncos who had the number one ranked defense coming into the game. Minnesota still lost 23-20 as Bridgewater was sacked seven times.[52] Coming off of a bye week, he threw 31 times and completed 17 of them for 249 yards with another touchdown pass to Kyle Rudolph, but threw two interceptions in a sloppy 16-10 win against the Kansas City Chiefs.[53] Bridgewater then had arguably the best game of his career the next week against the Detroit Lions in Detroit, going 25 of 35, 316 yards, two touchdown passes and no interceptions, including his first touchdown pass to rookie Stefon Diggs.[54] That game was Bridgewater's fourth career 300+ yard passing game, and the second 300+ passing game of Bridgewater's career against the Lions. Bridgewater led his fourth career fourth quarter comeback at the Bears despite having a below average day going 17 of 30, 187 yards, one touchdown and one interception.[55] Bridgewater went 13 of 21 for 144 yards an interception and rushing for a touchdown and two point conversion against the St. Louis Rams before he sustained a blow to the head by the Rams's Lamarcus Joyner that caused Bridgewater to leave the game in the fourth quarter. Minnesota still managed to pull off a 21-18 victory in overtime against the Rams.[56] At home against the Chicago Bears in week 15, Bridgewater completed 17 of 20 pass attempts, four passing touchdowns, and one rushing touchdown in a 38-17 win, giving him a career-best passer rating (154.4).[57][58] In a fight for the NFC North Division Title in week 17 against the Green Bay Packers, Bridgewater connected only 52.6% of his passes for 99 yards and an interception. Despite his career-lowest passer rating (45.7), the Vikings pulled off a 20-13 victory and won their first division title since 2009.[59][60] On January 25, 2016, he was named to his first Pro Bowl.[61] On January 10, in the Wild Card Round against the Seattle Seahawks, Bridgewater was 17-of-24 for 146 yards as the Vikings fell 10–9.[62]

2016 season

During a team practice on August 30, 2016, Bridgewater suffered a non-contact injury to his left leg. A subsequent MRI confirmed that he had torn his ACL and suffered other structural damage, including a dislocation of the knee joint. As a result, he missed the rest of the 2016 season.[63][64] After the loss of Bridgewater for at least the 2016 season, the Vikings traded a first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and a conditional fourth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to the Philadelphia Eagles for quarterback Sam Bradford.[65][66] In 2016, the Vikings went 8-8, finishing third in the NFC North and missing the playoffs, despite starting the season with a 5-0 record.[67]

2017 season

Originally, the media reported that Bridgewater's injury would keep him out for 17–19 months, meaning he would miss the entire 2017 season. In January 2017, doctors confirmed that the healing would indeed take 19 months.[68]

On May 1, 2017, the Vikings declined the fifth-year option on Bridgewater's contract, making him a free agent after the 2017 season.[69]

Bridgewater began throwing and doing individual work in May at Vikings mini-camps. Head coach Mike Zimmer said on June 6, that Bridgewater "has a long way to go" until he is fully healed, but was impressed by his rehabilitation progress to that point.[70] However, on September 2, the Vikings announced that he would begin the season on the PUP List, meaning that he would miss the first six games to begin the year.[71] On October 16, he was cleared to practice, but couldn't return to action for 3 more weeks.[72][73] Bridgewater was activated off PUP to the active roster on November 8, 2017, to back up Case Keenum.[74][75] Bridgewater entered the Week 15 game against the Cincinnati Bengals in relief of Keenum in the fourth quarter. The whole crowd gave Bridgewater a standing ovation as he walked onto the field.[76] Bridgewater finished with an interception out of two pass attempts as the Vikings won 34-7.[77][78]

New York Jets Bridgewater with the Jets in 2018

On March 18, 2018, Bridgewater signed a one-year contract with the New York Jets.[79][80] The contract only guaranteed a $500,000 signing bonus, though he could make up to a maximum of $15 million from a non-guaranteed salary and incentives.[81]

New Orleans Saints

On August 29, 2018, the Jets traded Bridgewater and a 2019 sixth-round draft pick to the New Orleans Saints for a 2019 third-round draft pick.[82][83]

NFL statistics Year Team G GS W Passing Rushing Sacked Fumbles Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD Sck Yds Fum Lost 2014 MIN 13 12 6 259 402 64.4 2,919 7.3 14 12 85.2 47 209 4.4 1 39 249 3 0 2015 MIN 16 16 11 292 447 65.3 3,231 7.2 14 9 88.7 44 192 4.4 3 41 299 8 3 2016 MIN 0 0 0 Did not play due to injury 2017 MIN 1 0 0 0 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0 3 –3 –1.0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 30 28 17 551 851 64.7 6,150 7.2 28 22 86.3 94 398 4.2 4 80 548 11 3 NFL records
  • Highest completion percentage in a single game by a rookie quarterback with at least 40 attempts: 75.6% (December 14, 2014)[84]
  • First rookie quarterback to ever complete over 70% of his passes in four straight games.[85]
Vikings franchise records
  • Most wins in a season by a rookie starting quarterback: 6
  • Highest single season completion percentage by a rookie: 64.4
  • Highest single season passer rating by a rookie: 85.2
  • Most passing attempts in a season by a rookie: 402
  • Most games with 30 passing attempts by a rookie: 6
  • Most games with 40 passing attempts by a rookie: 3
  • Most completions in a season by a rookie: 259
  • Most passing yards by a rookie quarterback: 2,919
  • Longest pass by a rookie quarterback: 87
  • Most completions in a game by a rookie: 31 (December 14, 2014)

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Personal life

Bridgewater is the youngest of four children. He is a Christian.[89][90] He graduated from the University of Louisville with a degree in Sports Administration after the 2013 college football season.[91] His mother, Rose, is a breast cancer survivor. In 2014, soon after her son was drafted by the Vikings, Cadillac gifted a pink Escalade to Rose when they learned that Bridgewater had wanted to get her one since he was in the third grade.[92]

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